Course 70091: C# and the .NET Framework

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Introduction This course introduces the Microsoft® .NET Framework 4 and describes the key concepts of .NET, including the Common Language Runtime and class libraries, required for building applications by using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. An understanding of the Common Language Runtime that allocates and de-allocates memory is important when creating variables and multi-threading. Understanding how class libraries will assist you in creating a project and how specialized libraries make it easier for you to write applications in the .NET Framework 4 and Visual Studio 2010 will enable you to create C# applications that meet user needs. Objectives At the end of the course, students will be ab…

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Introduction This course introduces the Microsoft® .NET Framework 4 and describes the key concepts of .NET, including the Common Language Runtime and class libraries, required for building applications by using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. An understanding of the Common Language Runtime that allocates and de-allocates memory is important when creating variables and multi-threading. Understanding how class libraries will assist you in creating a project and how specialized libraries make it easier for you to write applications in the .NET Framework 4 and Visual Studio 2010 will enable you to create C# applications that meet user needs. Objectives At the end of the course, students will be able to:
  • In this course, you will identify the purpose of the .NET Framework 4, create Microsoft Visual C #® projects by using Visual Studio 2010, and identify the structure of a Visual C # application.
Modules & Lessons Introducing C# and the .NET Framework Module Introduction Introduction to the .NET Framework 4 Creating Projects Within Visual Studio 2010 Writing a C# Application Building a Graphical Application Documenting an Application Debugging Applications Using Visual Studio 2010 Module Lab Module Follow Up System Requirements To view this course, you need:
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